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06/28/16
Minute Physics

What do we know about baby galaxies and how they're born?

06/27/16
Fermilab

Edwards, one of the most vital contributors to the success of Fermilab over its five-decade history, died on June 21 at the age of 80.

06/25/16
Washington Post

The DarkLight experiment could unearth the first evidence of what one researcher calls a bridge between the universe’s visible and invisible sectors.

06/17/16
CERN

For the first time a beam of particles has been sent through the Advanced Proton Driven Plasma Wakefield Acceleration Experiment.

Our galactic neighborhood

08/30/16

What can our cosmic neighbors tell us about dark matter and the early universe?

02/16/16

Test of DUNE tech begins

On the road to the world’s largest liquid-argon neutrino detector, take the “DUNE Buggy.”

02/09/16

Neutrinos on a seesaw

A possible explanation for the lightness of neutrinos could help answer some big questions about the universe.

02/04/16

Weighing the lightest particle

Physicists are using one of the oldest laws of nature to find the mass of the elusive neutrino.

02/02/16

This radioactive life

Radiation is everywhere. The question is: How much?

01/28/16

A mile-deep campus

Forget wide-open spaces—this campus is in a former gold mine.

01/26/16

Our imperfect vacuum

The emptiest parts of the universe aren’t so empty after all.

01/20/16

Is the neutrino its own antiparticle?

The mysterious particle could hold the key to why matter won out over antimatter in the early universe.

01/14/16

Exploring the dark universe with supercomputers

Next-generation telescopic surveys will work hand-in-hand with supercomputers to study the nature of dark energy.